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Programs: Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program
Expertise: Brad has a background in Rangeland Resource Management, with expertise in grazing management, plant-animal relationships, vegetation management and change, sage-grouse issues, fire and fuels management and noxious weeds.
Programs: Nevada Range Management School, Humboldt County Noxious Weed Program, Humboldt County Rangeland Resource Program
Administrative Assistant II
Expertise: Ev serves as reception and administrative support responsible for various day-to-day activities along with assisting and directing visitors and conference/meeting attendees. She provides radon testing kits and accepts soil samples, plant, weed or insect identification intake. She also supports the Human Resource team.
Community Based Instructor II
Expertise: Leticia is a Community Based Instructor providing Hispanic outreach services in Carson City.
Programs: ALITAS - Alliance of Latinas in Teen Action and Solidarity. META - Making Education the Answer for high school Latinos. The Parent Project (in Spanish). Summer Home Visit Program for At-risk Freshmen.
Community Based Instructor III
Programs: 4-H After School
Professor and Interdisciplinary Outreach Liaison
Expertise: Loretta Singletary's interests are in the area of applied economics, emphasizing participatory research methods and interdisciplinary approaches to address complex and often contentious natural resource issues. Her current integrated research and outreach programs include assessing community climate resiliency in snow-fed arid land river systems, enhancing tribal community climate resiliency and planning, and identifying sustainable agriculture and resource management issues unique to American Indian lands.
Programs: Water for the Seasons, Native Waters on Arid Lands and People of the Land
Senior Manager and Marketing Coordinator
Expertise: Sonya is the co-manager and marketing director of the Living With Fire Program, which teaches Nevadans how to live more safely in high-fire-hazard areas. She develops and implements activities that effectively market the program events, publications and collateral materials to target audiences and program partners. Sonya also serves as the coordinator of Nevada Wildfire Awareness Month, a collaborative statewide effort. In addition to traditional marketing, her areas of expertise include event planning and management, grant management, graphic design, public relations and social media marketing.
Programs: Ember Awareness, Living With Fire, Nevada Network of Fire Adapted Communities, Nevada Wildfire Awareness Month
Coordinator, Early Childhood Education
Specialist - Youth Development
Expertise: Marilyn Smith's areas of interest are substance abuse prevention, needs assessments and targeted programming for high-risk youth. She works in collaboration with community agencies, including juvenile probation departments and schools.
Programs: 4-H Program Impact Assessment: Life Skills Learned and Management Goals, Project MAGIC, Parenting
Specialist, Natural Resources
Expertise: Ed Smith works with property owners, fire departments and land management agencies to reduce wildfire threat to Nevada's wildland-urban interface communities. He serves as co-manager of the Living With Fire and is responsible for the technical aspects of the program.
Programs: Living With Fire, Community Wildfire Protection Plans, Mulch Combustibility, Be Ember Aware, Nevada Network of Fire Adapted Communities, Ember House Youth Activity
Community Based Instructor III
Programs: Partners in Parenting
Community Based Instructor IV
Expertise: Lacey coordinates and teaches for the 4-H program in Logandale and outlying areas. Responsibilities include curriculum development, teaching, program delivery, program results, working with and supervising volunteers and working with the general public to include adults and youth.
Programs: 4-H Youth Development
State 4-H Program Director
Expertise: Carrie's areas of expertise are Positive Youth Development, Personality Types, and Leadership.
Expertise: Sherm Swanson's interests are vegetation in streams and rivers, channel and floodplain form, hydrology management, watershed processes, rangeland vegetation management, livestock grazing, invasive weeds, wildlife and adaptive management.
Programs: Riparian Programs